This is quick and dirty post. It's more of a bookmark for me, because I find toggling between C# and Objective C makes me terrible with Objective C if I am away from it for a month or so.
Last month we decided to take a 'break'...
I updated the theme of my blog to the original Mac theme.
Okay, so my last article was huge hit (by my standards). I was trying to setup Windows 8 Developer Preview on my Mac and thought of sharing the experience. Turns out lots of people were trying the same .
Microsoft launched the Windows 8 Developer Preview today at the Build conference. If you like living on the bleeding edge of technology and want to play around with the release, you need a computer to do a clean install of Windows 8 DP. Fortunately if you don’t have a spare computer to mess with, Virtualization solutions are there to the rescue.
Today I saw something at our community park that’s kind of shaken me, surprised me and made me angry!
Things they didn’t show you at MIX keynotes
I know I know, ASP.NET WebForms is a passe and MVC is the king of the ring, but if you, like me, still have to work with legacy WebForm components then more often than not you'll need to use the GridView control. When using GridView control if you want to use jQuery and jQuery plugins to jazz up your grid, you'll hit a wall because the GridView control emit straight
td tr instead of the more 'compliant'
thead tr th and
tbody tr td
Okay, I am starting this article with the intention of blogging every good/bad/ugly question I come across in interviews for a .NET Developer position. Some of them I knew the answer, some of them I look up after the interview. Aim is to have a one stop shop of questions that I’ve come across in interviews. I can’t reveal where I was asked these questions because most companies have NDA with respect to interviews and what’s discussed in the interviews so some of the questions might be really come in much later than when asked.